Deaths in Donegal - Friday morning, May 14, 2021

Death notices for Donegal for Monday, April 30th

Death notices for Donegal on Friday morning

The following deaths have taken place:

Helen Mc Kendrick, Letterkenny

Brian Gallagher, Mountcharles

Phil Gallagher, Glenties

Eddie Kane, Birmingham and formerly of Grahamsland, Castlefin

Josie McGill, Glenties

Kieran O’Connell, Letterkenny

Ellen Campbell neé Devenny, London, and formerly of Letterkenny

Marek Lupinski, Milford

Sheila Keating (née Edwards), Donegal Town

Paula Leddy (née Reddin),  Roscommon Town / Convoy / Bluebell, Dublin

Pat (Patricia) McClafferty, Falcarragh

Bridget Haynes (née McCaul), Worcestershire and formerly of Mountcharles

Helen Mc Kendrick, High Road, Letterkenny

The death has taken place at Letterkenny University Hospital of Helen Mc Kendrick, High Road, Letterkenny. 

She is survived by her daughter Mary and extended family and close friends. May she rest in peace.

Her remains are reposing at her home until 5.30pm on Friday. Requiem Mass on Saturday in St Eunan's Cathedral at 3pm, with interment afterwards in the family plot in Conwal Cemetery. 

Family flowers only please, donations in lieu to Donegal Hospice.

Brian Gallagher, Old Road, Mountcharles

The death has occurred of Brian Gallagher, Old Road, Mountcharles

He will be sadly missed by his loving wife Mary, daughters Susan and Nicola, sons-in-law Sean Dowling and Brendan Chambers, grandchildren Sofie, Ellie, Abbie, Odhran, Sadhbh, Ailbhe, Oisín and Caoimhe, grandson-in-law Liam Kennedy and great granddaughter Riley, extended family, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace.
 
His remains are reposing at his late residence. Removal from there on Saturday going to the Church of the Sacred Heart, Mountcharles for 1pm Mass, with burial afterwards in the adjoining churchyard.
 
Due to government and HSE guidelines, wake and funeral are private to family only with a maximum of 50 people permitted.  
Funeral Mass will be livestreamed on the Sacred Heart Church Facebook page

Phil Gallagher, Buncrubog, Glenties

The peaceful death has taken place at his residence of Phil Gallagher, Buncrubog, Glenties.

He is predeceased by his daughter Patricia. Sadly missed by his lovely wife Nora; sons Terence, Patrick and Philip; daughters Margaret, Ann, Noreen, Mary T, Kathleen, Breda and Carol; daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, relatives, neighbours and many friends. Rest in peace

His remains will repose at his residence from 12 noon on Friday.

Requiem Mass will take place at 1pm on Sunday in St Connell's Church, Glenties with interment afterwards in the local cemetery.

Due to HSE and government guidelines the wake and funeral is for family only with a maximum of 50 people permitted. Funeral Mass can be viewed live on www.churchservices.tv/glenties

Family flowers only please donations in-lieu if desired to Medical Rehab Letterkenny c/o any family member or James McGuinness, Funeral Director, Main Street, Glenties. 

Eddie Kane, Birmingham and formerly of Grahamsland, Castlefin

The sudden death has taken place in Birmingham of Eddie Kane, formerly of Grahamsland, Castlefin.

Cremation taking place in Birmingham, with his ashes being brought home at a later date.

Josie McGill, Station Road, Glenties

The death has taken place at Killybegs Community Hospital of Josie McGill, Station Road, Glenties.

Removal from Shovlin’s Funeral Home, Sandfield, Ardara at 12 noon on Frida, going to Hugh Gerard and Fiona Gallagher’s residence, Station Road Glenties.

Removal from there on Saturday to St Connell’s Church, Glenties for Requiem Mass at 2pm followed by burial in the local cemetery.

Due to HSE and Government guidelines, wake funeral and interment are private to family only with a maximum of 50 people permitted.

Funeral Mass can be viewed live on www.churchservices.tv/glenties

Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to the Glenties Day Care Centre or Killybegs Community Hospital C/O Any family member or James McGuinness and Sons Funeral Directors, Glenties.

Kieran O’Connell, 8 Barnhill Park, Letterkenny

The death has occurred in St Vincent’s Private Hospital Dublin of Kieran O’Connell, 8 Barnhill Park, Letterkenny.

His remains are reposing at his late residence.

Requiem Mass on Saturday at 1pm in St Eunan’s Cathedral with interment afterwards to Conwal Cemetery.

Family Flowers only, donations in lieu to The Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centre, Letterkenny, c/o any family member or Conn Mc Daid and Sons Funeral Director, Letterkenny.

Funeral Mass can be viewed on www.st.eunanscathedral.ie

Due to HSE and Government Guidelines, the wake, funeral and burial private to family only with at maximum of 50 people.

Ellen Campbell neé Devenny, London, and formerly of Carnamuggagh, Letterkenny

The death has taken place in London of Ellen Campbell neé Devenny, London, and formerly of Carnamuggagh, Letterkenny.

Requiem Mass will take place on Saturday in St Eunan’s Cathedral, Letterkenny at 11am and can be viewed live on www.churchservices.tv/letterkenny

Interment will take place afterwards in Cranny Road Cemetery, Frosses.

In compliance with Government and HSE Guidelines, Funeral private to family only please with a maximum of 50 people permitted.

Marek Lupinski, 6 Lough Road, Milford

The death has occurred of Marek Lupinski, 6 Lough Road, Milford and formerly of Olsztyn, Poland.

Deeply regretted by his loving family, brother Jaroslaw, sister Malgorzata, sister-in-law Katarzyna, nephew Jakub, extended family and friends.

His remains will arrive at St Peter’s Church, Milford, on Thursday at 7pm for rosary and to repose overnight.

Requiem Mass on Friday at 1pm with burial afterwards in Milford Cemetery. Mass and rosary can be viewed on Church Services TV St Peter’s Church Milford on https://www.churchservices.tv/milfordhttps://www.churchservices.tv/milford

In accordance with HSE and government guidelines funeral and burial are private to family and friends with a maximum of 50 people.

Sheila Keating (née Edwards), 3 O’Cleirigh Avenue, Donegal Town

The death has occurred peacefully at Letterkenny University Hospitalof Sheila Keating, née Edwards, 3 O’Cleirigh Avenue, Donegal Town.

Forever remembered and sadly missed by her husband John, sons, John, Marc, Noel, David, Kevin, Michael and Justin, her daughters, Kathleen, Irene, Louise, Justina, Cecilia, Jennifer, Emma and Denise, her brother Francis and sister Aine, her sons and daughters-in-law, Andrew, Gordon, William, Imee, Colin, Inta, Glenn, Margo, Margaret, Denise, Adele, Caroline, Marty, Martin and Lauren. Loved always by her grandchildren, Sarah-Ann, Lynn, Lisa, Rachael, Nathan, Justin, Kaitlyn, Edward, Emily, Erik, Niamh, Aoife, Noah, Lucas, Patrick, Jack, Mia, Maddison, Ava, Hunter and her great-grandchild, Emma.

Her remains reposed overnight at Mary's Church, Killymard. Requiem Mass on Friday at 11am, with burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard.

Due to ongoing government guidelines in relation to Covid-19, family home and funeral strictly private please. 

Paula Leddy (née Reddin), Convoy / Roscommon / Bluebell, Dublin

The death has occurred peacefully at Portiuncula Hospital, Ballinalsoe, of Paula Leddy (née Reddin), Ardsallagh Beg, Roscommon Town, Roscommon; Convoy and Bluebell, Dublin

She is predeceased by her sisters Ann, Jackie and Lana; Paula, wife of Adrian and mother to Hugh (Virginia, Cavan), Áine (Portnablagh) John (Vancouver), Ruairí (Gort), Emmet (Brighton) and Aoife (Glasgow).

Sadly missed by her loving husband, her sons and daughters, sisters Celine (Spain) and Mairead (Boston), her brother Tim (Spiddal), her adored grandchildren Anna, Harry, Ruby and Jake, son-in-law, John, daughter-in-law Eugena, John's partner Michelle, Ruairí's partner Deborah and Aoife's partner Dan. Brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, cousins, extended family, neighbours and her many friends and colleagues whom Paula worked with throughout her life as a photographer with the Farmer's Journal and regional newspapers.

Removal from her home will take place on Friday morning to the Sacred Heart Church, Roscommon for Mass of the Resurrection at 11am (limited to family only please) with burial afterwards in St Coman's Cemetery.

Her removal, Mass and burial can be viewed on a livestream page www.mcdonaghfuneraldirectors.ie/live-stream from 10.30am on Friday.

Family flowers only please, donations, if desired, to Mayo/Roscommon Hospice c/o McDonagh Funeral Directors, Castlerea, any family member.

Pat (Patricia) McClafferty, Carrowcannon, Falcarragh

The sudden death has occurred at her home in Carrowcannon, Falcarragh of Pat McClafferty.

Predeceased by her partner Jonathan Doherty. Loving mother to Johnny and Kyla.

Deeply regretted by her parents Jim and Pat; her sister Michelle (New York); her brothers Mark, Kevin and Jimmy; her children's grandmother Angela Doherty and all her friends, neighbours and relations.

Her remains are reposing at her home. Removal from there on Friday morning going to St Finian's Church, Falcarragh for 11am Requiem Mass with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

 Requiem Mass can be viewed live on mcnmedia.tv/camera/falcarragh-parish-church

Due to HSE and Government guidelines the wake and funeral is for family only with a maximum of 50 people in church. 

Bridget Haynes (née McCaul), Mountcharles

The death has occurred of Bridget Haynes (née McCaul) of Worcestershire, England and formerly of Glencoagh, Mountcharles.

Sadly missed by her husband Roger, her daughter Jane, granddaughter Emma, brother Patsy, sisters Kathleen and Mary.

Funeral Mass will take place in St Saviour’s Church, Broadway, Worcestershire on Monday at 11am.

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